WHO: “Miracle cure for coronavirus may never come”

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AFP / Fabrice Coffrini

While many companies are trying to develop a working vaccine against Covid-19, it is not certain that a miracle cure will ever come. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus emphasized this during a press conference.

The whole world hopes for a miracle cure against the coronavirus, and preferably as soon as possible. Still, we have to keep in mind that that may never come, World Health Organization CEO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. “A number of vaccines are now in the third phase of clinical studies. We all hope to have some effective vaccines that can help people avoid becoming infected. However, there is no miracle cure at the moment, and it may never come, ”it sounded.

Respect measures

The 55-year-old Ethiopian insisted on the importance of measures against the lung virus. “Test, isolate and treat patients, and trace and quarantine their contacts. Do it all. Inform, strengthen and listen to communities. Do it all. For individuals, it is about respecting the distance rules, wearing a mouth mask, regularly cleaning the hands and coughing safely from others. Do it all ”, he concluded.

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